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Welcome to the 2022-23 school year at Richmond High School!  Our staff, teachers, and administrators have spent a great deal of time planning and preparing for the school year in order for you to enjoy success at RHS.  We have high expectations for all RHS students and will provide you with a safe, caring, and challenging environment in which to learn, participate in activities, and to prepare you for a future of limitless opportunities and possibilities.  Our goal is to create positive relationships with all of our students by giving each of you support and hope in accomplishing your goals within a school culture that embraces diversity and promotes respect and responsibility for all. #weRrhs   

- Ms. Rae Woolpy, RHS Principal



If you would like to schedule a tour during the day or after school, please call RHS at 973-3424.


For All 9th Grade Families:


Videos to learn about RHS elective classes for 9th graders

Videos to learn about clubs, sports, and extracurricular activities

RHS electives overview



For All RHS Families:

Letter to Parents of RHS Virtual Learners.pdf



ASK ROSE - Tutoring Service (Math/Science)

All  Ask Rose  services are available at no cost to students or parents through a Lilly Endowment Inc. grant and financial assistance from Rose-Hulman.

Ask Rose Basics: Rose Hulman Institute of Technology offers free math and science tutoring for students in grades 6-12. Students may call 877-Ask-Rose (877-275-7673) to speak with a tutor, or go to the Ask Rose website.



If you think you qualify for textbook assistance, you will need to fill out an application.  You can apply on-line by going to the RCS website, - click on Back to School Information or fill out a form at registration.  Breakfast and lunch are free to all students this year. Assistance for textbooks does not carry over from year to year - you need to fill out a new form at the beginning of the new school year. .



9th, 10th and 11th grade 21st Century Scholars MUST complete the Scholar Track Program each year of high school to earn their scholarship.


Career Information Website

Check out the website to discover information about career profiles that describe the education you need for a specific career. The site also answers questions regarding financial aid, college choices, and much more. 

Life is about choices and the choices made now will have a dramatic impact on the future. The Learn More Resource Center can help answer questions about what you want to be, what you want out of life, and what it will take to get there.


PowerUp Parent Information

Click here to view the presentation that was provided at the PowerUp Parent information meetings.


Request Transcripts Online

Current students and recent graduates must use our online transcript request.

Request your Transcript from Parchment - Leader in eTranscript ExchangeRichmond High School students and recent graduates must now order transcripts online! Click the Request My Transcript button to start the process today.


Graduates from 2015 or earlier should use this transcript request form:


Richmond High School Naturalization Exam Results (May 2022):
Number of students taking the exam:  81
Number of students who passed the exam with a score of 60% or higher: 76 
Pass rate of the naturalization exam with regard to the number of students who participated: 94%